Worsleya pumice

Nicholas plummer nickplummer@gmail.com
Wed, 09 Oct 2013 14:19:03 PDT

By "long-fiber peat," do you mean undecomposed sphagnum moss or some sort
of decomposed peat that retains long fibers?  All the the peat that I have
ever seen was thoroughly decomposed into small brown particles.  Sphagnum
moss, on the other hand, does come in long-fiber forms and is very useful
for growing seedling epiphytes.  I planted some of the Paminanthe seed that
was recently offered on the PBX in sphagnum.  Currently waiting to see if
they will germinate.


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